The rest of the world is starting to see more Kindle benefits…
As reported on the Amazon discussion boards, numerous blog sites, and emails back and forth, it appears the restrictions on using the Kindle Internet browser for non-USA residents is starting to lift (for those of you in the USA, our international Kindle family was restricted to Wikipedia).
Unofficially, there are now 50+ countries able to surf the Internet for free with their Kindles. I’m still waiting for the international Kindle users to be able to subscribe to blogs vs. reading it on their computers!
Also, many of these non-USA residents can now download the free Kindle offerings to their Kindles for free – previously, Amazon charged the equivalent of US$2.00 for wireless and VAT charges to download a “free” book.
If you are a non-USA resident, let me know how the Internet surfing is working (or not) on your Kindles!
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